Groupama Arena is a 22,000-capacity multi-purpose stadium that is home to Ferencvárosi TC. The club’s former Albert Florian Stadium was demolished in 2013 and the new Groupama Arena was constructed on the same site. It broke ground on 27 March 2013 and officially opened on 10 August 2014, when Ferencvárosi TC played a friendly match against Chelsea FC.
With its capacity of 22,000, the stadium temporarily became the largest stadium in Hungary when the Ferenc Puskás Stadium was demolished to be replaced by a new national arena. Because of the reconstruction of the national Ferenc Puskás arena, the Groupama Arena has also temporarily become home to the Hungarian National Team (2014 – 2019).
The stadium is fit to host concerts and features a cashless catering system, a biometric identification system, 34 skyboxes and a three-level underground garage for 354 vehicles. On 18 May 2019 the Groupama Arena will host the 2018-2019 UEFA Women’s Champions League final.